Hi Friends and Happy Thursday!

With just over a week till Easter, I'm racing to share the rest of my Easter inspired home decorating.  

So today I'm sharing my dining room buffet and hutch!

Remember I got this hutch for free a short while ago and restyled it to sit on my current buffet.


I was so excited to be able to decorate it seasonally for the first time. 

I wanted to keep a lot of the things already in it and just add in some minimal Easter elements.


The top is sectioned off into 6 little cubbies. 

For this one I played around with the bowls and added my favourite white little birdie.

This one I added a cute little wooden bunny.  This one was store bought but I'd like to try cutting out my own one year.

To this one I added a wire egg carrier and some faux eggs.

And in this one I used a plaster pot filled with little speckled eggs and a bunny plate I purchased from Kmart last year.

This one has some cute little grey concrete bunnies and an old book page egg.

And in the last one I added a birds nest, ceramic egg and a white ceramic bunny.

And on top of the buffet I have the old music sheets I was gifted in a cute wire basket. 

And on my scales I added a glass cloche containing a large bird's nest. 

I also added my cute brown wooden bunny figurine and a metal bunny cake tin mould. 

On the table on the far left side of the buffet I added another glass cloche with a pie tin base. I printed off a rooster image on an old book page and stuck it to the back of the glass. And inside I used faux grass as a base and another small vintage baking tin as a little nest.  I added another birds nest in the key tray pie dish and the sweet little ceramic bunny was a recent purchase from Target.  

I love this cute little wooden hanging bunny on the mirror on the music cabinet next to the hutch.

And on the other side of the hutch on our charging station cabinet I added some potted greenery and a music sheet candle jar to my white bird cage.


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